Saturday, August 1, 2015

Mariah Carey hangs in DJ booth while husband spins Borgata club mur.mur

Mariah Carey dropped by club mur.mur at the Borgata after her sold-out show at the Event Center there Saturday night. Carey's husband, Nick Cannon, was spinning at mur. mur. She kissed him in the DJ booth as he played her hits "Heartbreaker" and "Fantasy," and fans snapped cell-phone pictures. Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins was also at Borgata Saturday, hanging out at the MIXX nightclub, where Jermaine Dupri served as DJ to a packed house.

Mariah Carey hangs in DJ booth while husband spins Borgata club mur.mur

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Mariah Carey waves to fans Saturday night at the Borgata
Mariah Carey waves to fans Saturday night at the Borgata

Mariah Carey dropped by club mur.mur at the Borgata after her sold-out show at the Event Center there Saturday night. Carey's husband, Nick Cannon, was spinning at mur. mur. She kissed him in the DJ booth as he played her hits "Heartbreaker" and "Fantasy," and fans snapped cell-phone pictures. Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins was also at Borgata Saturday, hanging out at the MIXX nightclub, where Jermaine Dupri served as DJ to a packed house.

Also in A.C. over New Year's . . .

Beanie Sigel played a surprise three-song set at the Pool After Dark at Harrah's in Atlantic City on New Year's Eve, during a party hosted by O.A.R., who had earlier played at the House of Blues at Showboat. Sigel, who was hanging with friends, was invited to address the crowd, which led to him performing a few tracks..."Entourage" star Adrian Grenier and his band, the Honey Brothers, hung out in a VIP cabana at the Loft at the Pool After Dark after performing there and hosted the Saturday-night party. The guys sipped Patron, Grey Goose, and VOSS water.

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